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The Gospel of Satan with Commentary and Selected Fatwas Paperback – April 22, 2013
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Troll Towelhead converted to Satanism out of compassion for victims of moral panics and hate crimes. He signed a Blood Pact with Satan for mutual defense, wrote The Gospel of Satan after standardizing Satanology and analyzing how Christian theology tends to resemble Milton's Paradise Lost, while most Jewish and Christian scripture in actuality features no anti-God or cosmic adversary. When he isn't serving and worshipping his guru and God, making the world safe for rootworkers, or talking with the God of This World, he is collecting data on rebellious and controversial spiritual and magical activities, studying demonology, interviewing Satanists, Luciferians, and Dark Pagans online, and constructing educational websites on moral panics, occultism, and Satanic news.
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Top Customer Reviews
Eitherway you go try to not deny jesus or yahwey like alot of satanist do, regardless if you think negitive about them or not.
There are chapters here that illustrate view points unique to the author, yet still give room for individual interpretation. This book is highly recommended for people of serious Spiritual, Ritual and Religious studies. It offers many perspectives you may not have thought of, both Dark & Light.
The book offers a compassionate and gentle view of an often misunderstood subject, one which I had not considered until reading this book. The intellectual and highly educated, yet personal style of writing will have you reading and re-reading this title.
It had me come away with a new understanding of various aspects of the subject matter, and as I stated, the undertones of various cultures, from Satanism to Islam. Definitely to be a very controversial, yet widely sought book. I enjoyed it thoroughly and cannot recommend it highly enough.
From the compassionate stance the Mufti takes regarding those vilified during the Satanic Panic - and which brought him to Satanism, to concise, enlightening discourse on the Gospel (also provided), to refreshing instructions for Satanic rituals, this brief tome is filled with helpful information for everyone from the beginner to expert in the realm of Satanism.
I am currently on my second, more thorough, read-through. Despite the fact that I have never considered Satanism prior to getting into this publication, I have been very impressed with this rendering of it, and the Mufti's reasonable, compassionate teachings have already had what I consider to be a positive, empowering impact on my spiritual and practical life.
Long story short: Even if it doesn't look like "your kind of book," if you're on a spiritual journey of ANY kind - check it out, you can read it in an afternoon, and if you're anything like me, you will not regret it.